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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 November 1890

Ail Diseases 83iOOJM( pletely Gored by. Herbal Magnetic Treatment ^ ? : ' iTT.r;; ' r&a&$u *ys-l' . .: ? ? ? ? l«Wii\U- -.? -im ! Chronic Sufferers stemld«fei*lfeil t°.. i '» CfeMijisi1' CONSULTING HERBALIST and E^BCTJttcC^ ' V': Of 172 and .174 William-steeist, jj Jlelbourtus. ALL CONSULTATIONS FREE Notice. — If preferred, a signed agreement given, which, provides ' that no cost is incurred in the event -?f a ijort noticing effec^d.; AS Mt H. E. KUGELMANN cannot possibly visit personally every town in Victoria and adjacent colonies, and in ?Older that all sufferers Iiromt:ai^.phionic rp or supposed 1 ncurable Disea^j inaj^ilj^ eu- „ abled to obtain the ' benefit of Jits'' un- ^ doubted skill and ability in ''curing all _ Diseases by his new and wonderful Herbal S Magnetic treatment without Drugs or ,F Poisons, he has appointed bis Associate and Representative, Mr JAMBS McL£AN, . who is saiTsfcilful and careful Dia£u6sist of , 2 many years' experience, to visit regul...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH REV. J. G. PATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 November 1890

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. J. G. Patok. Yackandandah, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Allans Flat, 3 p.tn. Rev. F. Elliott Hillsborough, at 10.30 a.ra. Back Creek, 3 p.m. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. ( With Supplement. ) ' SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1890

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 November 1890

Yackandandah Rifle Club. A GENERAL MEETING of Mem bers of the above Club will be held at the Shire Hall, this (SATURDAY) Evening, at 8 o'clock. Business — Election of Officers, Con firmation of Rules, &c., &c. J. MOLYNEUX Hon. Sec. pro. tem. TENDERS. TENDERS are invited for IRON WORK to Bridge at Osborne's Flat (about 15 cwt., more or less) at so much per pound All information obtainable on application to the undersigned. Tenders returnable on 12tli instant, at 6 p.m. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. J. McNAMARA, Victoria Hotel, Osborne's Flat. Yackandandah Athletic Sports. TENDERS are invited up to 8 p.m. on November 12th, for the RIGHT to PUBLICAN'S BOOTH at the Sports to be held on December 26th, 1890. The successful tenderer will be required to erect his own booth. A cash deposit of 20 per cent, must accompany tenders. The highest or any tender not neces sarily accepted. Tenders to be forwarded to the under signed. W. MOORE, Secretary. SHIRE HAL...

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THE PARLIAMENTARY CRISIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 November 1890

The Parliamentary Crisis. The onsting of the Coalition Government came as a general surprise to the coun try ; and in this dis trict the announcement contained in our last issue that Mr Munro had defeated Mr Gillies on his want of confidence motion by 20 votes was by no means favorably received. It is another remarkable demonstration of the uncertainties of politics. A few days ago saw the Government with a substantial majority, to-day finds it in a minority — and for what reason ? The easiest answer is that Mr Gillies was like the ' old man and his ass' could not please everybody. Where there is a congregation of 95 men it needs ingenious steering to avoid treading upon the corns of somebody. During the last session Mr Gillies has evidently been unfortunate in this respect. The Railway Bill had a a great deal to do with it. The Government had overlooked the claimfi of this member and that member, and though the Bill was ultimately handed over to a committee, the mem bers not favore...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 November 1890

PARLIAMENTARY. | The most important development in the political situation on Friday was the resignation of the Ministry. A meeting of the Cabinet was held in the forenoon, when it was decided not to advise a dissolution, although it was considered that under the peculiar circumstances under which they were defeated they were entitled to an appeal to the country. It appeared to Ministers to be better not to plunge the country into political turmoil, seeing that it is still suffering from the effects of the strike. At a | .11 ii I 'I ? j* £ Tir* ? J. ? ? 1 I tully attended meeting or ministerial supporters held in the afternoon, the proposal of the Government to resign was approved of, and on the motion of Mr. Officer, seconded by Mr. Madden, it was decided to form a compact Opposition under the joint leadership of Mr. Gillies and Mi*. Mi*. Deakin. At o o'clock Mr. Gillies tendered the resignation of his Government to His Excellency the Governor, and advised that Mr. Munro should be ...

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WATER RIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 November 1890

Water Rights. Mr Telford, the I Chairman of the I Beeehworth Mine I Owners' Association, has taken the pains to publish an article in Wed nesday's Register anent water diver sion and sludge, special reference i being made to Yackandandah. A column and a half of Hansard is given, being a speech delivered by Mr Zincke in Nov. 1881, on the occasion of the introduction of the Bill by Sir Bryan O'Loghlen, entitled 'A ' Bill to facilitate the Drainage from Mines, and to provide for the Com pulsory Taking of Sites for Dams and Channels connected therewith.' As far as we can see, the speech in question deals admirably with the water rights of miners. It is endea voured to show that in mining dis tricts, as miners had operated before the landholders along the creeks and rivers had become possessed of their land, there were virtually no riprarian ' rights on the part of the landholders. We fail to see, however, the applica bility of this case to the Yackandan dah Creek, except to support our ...

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Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 November 1890

j Band of Rope. j The monthly meeting of the Yack andandah Band of Hope was held at the Shire Hall on* Wednesday even ing.., There was a good attendance, and the programme was a very in teresting! onej; in fact the meeting was abbutiShe) fT&ji jj$et ihelcl. ) |Ti$e following «was the programme : — Opening chorus ; prayer ; chorus by choir; dialogue, -Misses, Nette and Hendy; chorus by choir; recitation by ;Master Colvile, ' One Glass ' ; speech by Mr Roper; chorus by choir; recitation, Master H. Tj*edin nick, ' ' Young ' Teetotaler ' ; solo by Mr Ferris (flute) ; dialogue, H. and A Tredinnick ; duet by Misses J^ette and Hendy ; recitation by Miss Emery ; solo by Miss Nette ; dia logue by company, ' Life below, down stairs ' ; chorus by choir. Miss Hendy and Miss Nette ren dered their dialogue in good style. The address by Mr Roper was much appreciated, being interspersed with humorous anecdotes, and de livered with his usual eloquence. The duet by Misses Nette and j Hendy wa...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 November 1890

Local a,ttd CtetierctL ? :o:— — — I Cricket Association. — The adjourned meeting of delegates in connection with - with the Yackandandah District Cricket Association will be held at the Atbensum \ to-day {Saturday), when the /rules as drawn up by .the sub-committee will be considered. . It is probable, also,' that the first batch of matches will Re arranged. - Riflk Club. — The approval of tbe for mation of a Rifle Club at Yackandandah is notified in last's week's Gazette. The. sub-committee met on Monday and forth-' roth~^0)r3fered the target 'fropirMelbourne. *Fwo haff-inch eteel- pIaieB lEive been ordered and ringingbull8ey^, ^rhicb should arrive in a Jew -days. . The committee also inspected the range on ^Tuesday afternoon,, when the works required to put the range in order- and tbe site, of the mafrker's hut were decided upon. . A general, meeting of members will.be held at the/ Shire hall this {Saturday) evening at 8 o'clock, when the election -of officers will be proceeded wi...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
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TAWONGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 November 1890

TA WO KG A. ? ,U.U I (Observer Correspondent.) [ Another farm .has changed hands here, that of Mr. Hiram, 280 acres, better known as '£ Hewitt's,' having been purchased by Mr. Roper. When returning from Beeehworth the other day, Messrs. R. Howman and W . Morrison — who had taken the young fellow Briggs, whose thigh was broken, to the Beeehworth Hospital — had the misfortune to lose a valuable buggy through a fire breaking out in the shed in which it had been placed. It appears that when the party reached Dederang on their way down, they changed the vehicle they were using for one lighter and easier, belong- ing to Mr. G. Briggs. On returning, they placed the buggy in the shed and went into the dwelling-house. Shortly afterwards smoke was observed issue ing from the building, and before anything .could be done the buggy was completely destroyed, as well as other implements in the building. Fortunately; the wind was favorable, otherwise a large barn a short dis tance away, which conta...

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Commercial. BEECHWORTH LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 November 1890

Commercial. BEECHWORTH LIVE STOCK MARKET. Messrs F. T. Moore and Co sold on Wednesday : — 20 bullocks and cows for Mr R. Barton, Gundowring (light weights), from L5 5s to 1.6 5s ; cows from L3 19s to L4 3s 6d. 25 bullocks and cows for Mr M. O'Don nell, Tangambalanga, former, bringing L6 6s to L7 10s, and the latter LS 15s to L4 8s. 16 bullocks and cows for Mr R. Kain, Wooragee — bullocks L7 Is and cows to L5 10s. 16 bullocks for Mr Shanahan, Oxley, at L7 15s. ; . ; . 80 young cattle and heifere for Mr Kain, Wooragee, at L2 12s 6d. ; . , t ? 10 do for various owners to L2 ,l0s. . 130 shorn wethers for. Mr J. T. Martin, Chiltern, to 8s 6d. ~ ' 22 shorn wethers for Mr R. Kain, Wooragee at 8s 3d. 42 wethers (in wool) for Mr R. Kain at lis 9d. ; 41 lambs for Mr T. Martin, from 7s 48 to 7s 6d. 20 lambs for ULt McGuinness at 7a. 16 lambs/for Mr Thomson at 7s ild . - t , 5 pigs for ,Mr Stew;|rt at 35s.

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Glen Creek Roller Flour Mills. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 November 1890

? — ? ? ? — ' ? . ? ? ? 'j&lctt Creek Hotter Flour MiUs. , i — ? :o: ? J i .On Friday last our reporter had an . jppportunity of inspecting the above j ?mills owned by Messrs J. Haig and j Sons, of Yackandandah. It is now j over two years since the enterprising proprietors opened the mill, and. although the object they had in view has not yet been , attained, yet the dis trict beyond is showing sigbs of progress in the direction of cultivation of the' soil, and a few years hence should see a fair amount of grain annually produced. A visitor to Dede rang could not help being struck with the quality of the land and its suit ability for cultivation ; in fact the whole of the Upper Kiewa is studded with rich flats that will grow almost anything. Mr Haig, sr saw that the farmers were hiding their talents, to use a scriptural quotation, that they were content to make a living by grazing whilst the cultivation of the soil would lead to wealth. Accordingly he entertained the idea of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 November 1890

Important Sale of First-class Furniture and Household Effects. WEDNESDA^«o*fem|6er 12? T. Under instructions from Mr W. Ai HbggiK. FostmaBter at Y^kandanjUkh, wh'i is re moving to Donolly, will ►ell (without reserve), as above, the whole «f hi* Furni ture and H onseh' Id Effects, as follows : — DRAWING ROOM : Hmdsome Harlequin Suite in plu-h and Tapestry, consisting of 7 pieces (3 Easy Chairs, 3 Small Chairs and ^ette) ; First-das-! Piano 'Sofleto' ; Oval Loo Table, in 'aid; Small Hexagon Table, Ftnie- and Fire Irons, &c., &c. DINING ROOM — Vienna, Bent-wood Suite, c ma-ting of 9 pieces, Arm Chair, Rocker, 6 Sm»ll Chairs and Couch, targe Oval Cedar Dining Table, Cheffionier, &c! BEDROOM N*». 1. — Hand-ome Hnon Pine Suite, c insisting of Mirrored Ward robe, Duchesse Dres^in* Table, Ma'ble-top and Tiled Wa-hing-stand ; Chest of Drawers, Cupboard, 2 Chairs, and Towel Horse ; Handsome Half-tester Bsd (nickel tops and bars) ; Spring Mattrass, Fi'st-class Kapok Mat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 November 1890

WATERLOO HOTEL, ; (OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE.) ' HIGH STREET, YACKANDANDAH. : { OLD ESTABLISHED COMMERCIAL ' ^ ' HOUSE. Frank Entra - Proprietor. K. 'lyEGS to return thanks to ' the 'Public B |) generally for support accorded- him in 9 the past, and hopes hv strict attention to ? tlieir requirements to receive a fair measure -B of support. ® EVERY ACCOMMODATION FOR M VISITORS AND FAMILIES. fi A First-class Ccisixe Guaranteed. B Only the Best Brands of Ales, Wines and S Spirits kept. B First -class Sample Room Bath. &ci B ? ;§| Superior Alcock's Billiard Table. « Commodious Stables and Loose Boxes. B BOOKING OFFICE FOR BECK AND , B LOWE'S COACHES., I STAR HOTEL, ? YACKANDANDAH. ? P. McDermott - Proprietor, .Ml T\ESIRES to intimate to his numerous fif J_7 friends of Yackandaudah aud public B generally, that lie has taken the above nell H known hostelry, and trusts by strict aiten 9K tion to the requirements of his patrons to jU receive a fair share of support. H First-class Acc...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH REV. J. TREDINNICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 November 1890

WESLEYAN CHURCH Rev. J. Tkedinhick. 1 Yackanrlandah, 1 1 a.m. aud 7 p.tn. Staghorn, 3 p.m. Mr Smith. Myrtleford 7 p.m. Stoney Creek, 11 a.m.

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Church Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 November 1890

Ctmrch 2fotice«. j The arrange- meats in connection theidifFerent denominations for Sunday next : — l /? ' f. .£&? I - ? 1 !! ' ? CHURCH of ENGLAND. b*v. ..T. ^ Yackandaridab, 1 1 a.rn.- — Mr Hay ward. t

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The Woolshed. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 November 1890

I The Woolshed , I it interest, was centred in the g of the Woolshed Valley Gold r Co.'s Claim on Thursday the It. There was a good attendance Beeehworth. Yackandandah. V, and other localities. Mi1, j Ii, J.P.. of Beeehworth, was an. and Air. Donald Fletcher Lai rman ? r proposing the toast of the n,'' the chairman proposed 'The ors and Shareholders of tbe hed Valley Gold Mining Co.,' d with the name of Mr. John r* He spoke of the old Wool i glowing terms, and the many alks he had to and from that o Beeehworth, and said that it e first place in the colony where umulated sufficient means to Iim in nis present ousiness. Etedley responded, and said he rn there, and left when he was ix weeks old. Being a native jlace, he took a deep interest id would do all in his power - advancement. He had no that this great undertaking be a grand success )onald Fletcher, vice-chairman, id, 'The Mining Interest,' was ably responded to by Mr. ford, J.P., Chairman of Direc the Rocky Mountain Coy., rorth...

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Mining Nuggets. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 November 1890

[?] - ? ^?North. YackandandahSluicingj ^Bnv lias not. yet -regained, borings ^Bpes that Vere%i3fer6d -fix-n£ ' ^Hrne were found on arrival to ^Kmall for the augers, and con ?jtly a second i lot {had to be sent IOttowa (Rowdy Flat) is work- j y well, the stoppages being ! ccasionally and . slight. W e j a cleaning up will shortly i lace. Lately new ground has | jerated upon, so that the first ? p should be a good one. \ Homeward Bound Company s Creek) have had their boiler j and the brickwork is being Led with. Baling will be com- j L in a few days. The shaft is S 0 the tunnel level, and tim- j ifresh. Beiow the tunnel there I t 30ft. of water. It is hoped j 1 the shaft thoroughly cleaned ; lie course of a month. sh has broken out at Gundagai, j there being 100 miners on j d. Sinking is 17ft., and wash j f dwt. to the dish. Ibgget weighing 130oz. has been pit Kingower by a digger named Is, who some months ago made pf equal value. I miners are leaving the Peak foldfields, and the coac...

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Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 November 1890

Gazette. ? .or ? Applications for gold mining leases and mineral leases. — W. Telford. ' United Sluicing Company,' 2a 2r 26fp, situated at Three-mile Creek in the Beeehworth mining district. J. A. Wallace, ' Snake Valley Gold Mining Co.' 21a lr 4p, situate Back Creek, Beeehworth district. Mining leases, -Sbc., issued and awaiting execution.— G A. Gardner, 112a 2r 29p ; J. A, Wallace, 15a Or 29p ; G. A. Gardner, 186a Or 15p, all of which are in the Yackandandah division, Beeehworth district. Annual licensing meetings — Beech- worth, 2nd December, at 10 a.m.; Tallangatta, 3rd December, at 10 a,m.; Wodonga, 4th December, at 10 a.m.; Bright, 5th December, at 10 a .m Lease declared void for nonpay ment of rent — Ernest George Henty, 32,900 acres, Benambra. Licenses approved. — W. T. Rowe, 84a, Beeehworth ; John Keating, 20a, Everton ; George Holthaus, 20a, Everton ; Elizabeth Wright, 10a, Tangambalanga ; Thos. J. Allen, 20a, Tatonga ; Catherine ( Richards, 20a, Tatongo; Emma Jury, 20a, B...

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Yackandandah Police Court, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 3RD. (Before Joseph Rowan, Esq., P.M.) AH TOY v. JOHN ANDERSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 November 1890

Yackandandah Police Court, Mcxpav, Novkmhkb 3rd. (Before Joseph Rowan, Esq., P.M.J -i AH TOT V. JOHN ANDEBSOK. ? * Charge of throwing a stone to the danger of the public (sub. sec. 14, sec. 5, Police Statute, 1890.) Mr Peiry appeared for plaintiff. Ah Toy, of Yackandandah, store keeper and barber, sworn, stated through Ping Ling, interpreter : Remember 9th October ; I was grind ing an axe on that day at Silvan s coachsmitb shop ; the grindstone faces the road : I was struck on the right side with a stone; I produce the stone that struck me ; picked it np immediately after being struck, from the ground ; and af ter doing so I saw Anderson, who I believe threw the stone ; no one else was in the street ; there were three boys near me, but not near Anderson ; I picked up the stone, ran over to Anderson, asked him why he threw it at me, and went into my store ; Anderson did not reply to my question ; he did not say anything ; there was a big lump (blue) over my hip, the cause of the blow...

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V.R.C. Spring Race Meeting. DERBY DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 November 1890

V.B,C. Spring Bace Meeting, DERBY DAY. The racing at Flemington on the first day of the V. R. C. Spring Meet ing was of a fairly interesting charac ter, the layers of odds having some thing the best of it on the day's pro gramme. The racing commenced with the Maiden Plate, for horses who ' had never won before. For this The I Harl our Light and The Serf were the i two most heavily backed, and in the race they reversed the positions they held in the betting, The Serf winning in a canter by two lengths. With odds of of 3 to 1 on Carbine in the Melbourne Stakes there was very little inducement to wagering, Melos being the only other fancied, although there were several heavily backed Cap horses in the field. The race fur nished one of the easiest of victories for Carbine, who was never put to his top pace, while Gresford beat Melos after a fine race for second place. As a result of this performance the odds against Carbine for the Mel bourne Cup instantly shortened one half. Claremont ...

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